WSCC offers a variety of options for educational advancement in business management fields. Choose from four program options. Whether you want to manage a small or large business or own your own business, WSCC has a business management option designed to meet your educational goal.
Associate in Applied Science Degrees
Program lengths are approximately 67 semester hours. Students may need to take remedial classes (thus increasing hours required) depending on placement test scores.
Business Management Completion Outline
Financial Management Completion Outline
Office Management Completion Outline
Entrepreneurship Completion Outline
Transportation Management Information
A degree in Business Management prepares students to manage organizations of all sizes and types. This degree will better position students to compete for positions or to advance in positions in today’s business environment. After completing this two-year degree, graduates may use their skills in planning, organizing, leading, directing, staffing, facilitating, and controlling to accomplish desired goals and objectives for an organization. Emphasis is placed on management theory and problem solving in the business world.
The Financial Management degree is designed for students who wish to pursue a career in making money management decisions for businesses and organizations. This program prepares students with the fundamentals of economics, finance, accounting and management to develop financial strategies. After completing this two-year degree, graduates may work in business and offices of all sizes and types as financial controllers, cash managers, insurance managers, and in banking occupations.
A degree in Office Management provides students with a diverse, broad-based knowledge of vital business policies and procedures needed to ensure success in today’s business environment. After completing the two-year degree, graduates may enter the job market in a diverse number of positions that require highly skilled individuals who can organize, manage, and distribute information effectively and efficiently. Emphasis is placed on communication tools in both theory and application to manage complex office environments.